Description: Yes, there is a potato candy from IDAHO , but since it was not made of chocolate, it would not fit in our famous 50 State Collection. While most "Idahoans" love maple, and it is a gem to use at breakfast, we selected - The Dark Chocolate Maple Creams. When touring IDAHO be sure and visit David Thompson Trading Post and purchase a 2 LB box for all your friends.
Whether you're eating French fried, baked, mashed, or hash browns, chances are you're eating a famous Idaho potato. Idaho is also famous for its surging, cascading rivers. White water rafting fans will tell you that the Salmon and Snake rivers have some of the most thrilling and challenging white water rapids in the nation &endash; some so treacherous that only the most experienced guides will take on the mighty churning runs. Idaho, with its spectacular beauty, was called "se-da-how" by the Shoshone Indians, which means "see the sun coming down the mountain." Watching the sun set behind Idaho's mountainous backdrop, the Shoshone name is a good one for this state of natural wonders.